Weston-Super-Mare – Somerset Offers Beaches and Much More

Weston-Super-Mare — Somerset is a resort town located on the Bristol Channel coast. This is a popular holidays spot, noted for its beaches and a wide variety of attractions.

The town has the world’s largest collection of helicopters, and the Weston Helicopter Museum has many rare ones on display. With over 70 aircraft, you can see that Queen’s helicopter and those that saw action in the Vietnam conflict. Children can play in their own area and you can schedule your visit to be able to sit in the cockpit and learn the controls by staff. Many times, you may also be able to ride in one for a short period while you are attending, making this exciting as well as educational.

There are also miles of beaches to enjoy and they have won many awards over the years for its exceptional cleanliness and quality of the sand and water. This enables you to peacefully enjoy a clean environment on the sea, without worry. The Weston Pier is also a local attraction, and is being reopened in 2010 due to a fire, which will add to the fun of the sea.

For those who like to stop and take a step back to enjoy their surroundings or just contemplate the serenity of their area, the Jill Dando Memorial Garden is a destination to choose. Is filled with plants and colors that she loved, and offers disabled access. Located in the Weston’s Grove Park, this offers a stunning, and beautiful garden for you to enjoy.

Weston-Super-Mare — Somerset has fantastic beaches and many interesting things for you to enjoy while on your holiday. You can relax at some of the most peaceful areas in England, or you can take a tour of interesting museums. This is a great destination for families, and can give you a much needed rest from the pace of working life while you are on your holiday.

Source by Simon Haughtone